A budding number of city dwellers in Perth, WA are now opting for solar power to run their houses and business. According to sources, solar power service providers with licenses from the government are opting for solar power in order to reduce power bills and also go green.
Perth is a beautiful city as well as the capital of Western Australia. Situated by the Swan River, its suburbs lay along the sandy beaches, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mt. Eliza offer sweeping views of the city. Owing to scenic beauty, it attracts a large number of tourists every year resulting to an increased demand in supplies of power and energy.
“It is worth noticing that agencies from rural areas are evincing more concentration in solar power in PERTH,WA as they are faced with poor quality power and also because they face more power cuts than urban areas. Solar power is particularly cheaper when you compare it with power generated using diesel generator sets and is gaining popularity. “
Meanwhile, as many as hundreds of outlets operating in Perth, WA have by now turned to solar rooftop panels in the last few years. Switching to renewable energy like solar, wind, bio –gas have already started to cut down the conventional electricity bills sharply.
Incidentally, dwellers from rural areas are evincing more interest in going for solar power in Perth, WA than their urban counterparts due to the poor quality of power supply in the rural areas.
- Nearly 50% of residents have switched to solar power in last one year
- 75% commercial joints are expected to opt for solar power this fiscal
- By use of solar energy, power costs can be reduced by at least 20-30%
Solar Power- A Boon:
Solar power has immense application for integrating into electrical goods: mobile phones, PC, and portable radios. Solar power can also be used to run light cars and provide power requirements, depending on the applications.
For property owners and renters with scarce roof space, the many benefits of solar electricity may seem out of reach. But, on an average all households and businesses in Perth are viable customers to host a private solar power system.
The community shared solar Power in Perth is growing rapidly, but its accomplishment depends on supportive authoritarian frameworks and market systems.